why are they always the bad guys in every movie?
is there a movie where they're the good guys?
This is one. Hitchcock was one of the few to buck the postmodern trend of America-shaming in Hollywood.
Why are they called 'First Order'?
Who's your favorite Mary Sue in all of film? Pic related, it's mine
>Literally refugee crisis
>Orcs want to invade dope ass white land
>Orcs are Arabs
>PC White people let them in
Let's see what happens
>they should all be destroyed
>you would side with the humans and betray your race?
Fuck, why greenlight a trailer that makes the movie seem as generic as fucking possible? These themes have been in literally thousands of flicks.
Daily reminder that this mask is only used as a fashion statement, and has no other purpose.
How does this aspie Jew keep getting work?
He's a shit actor with zero range. His Lex Luthor looks fucking awful and they should have gone with Stanley Tucci instead.
>a random white man gave him his name
>a droid flashed a lighter at him (which is KKK code for "you better run, nigga"
>Got the shit kicked out of him by a Riot Control Trooper
>got friend zoned hard
>a girl had to help him in the final battle
Poor Finn. He seems like such a bro. And you guys actually sent death threats and racist mail because you thought he was going to be black skywalker
Why did Buffy fight demons and other monsters? If her title is specificially "Buffy the VAMPIRE SLAYER" shouldn't she only slay vampires? Her title isn't "Buffy the Vampire and other evil beings Slayer"
>In every generation there is a Chosen One. She alone will stand against the vampires, the demons, and the forces of darkness. She is the Slayer.
So you see her title is "The Slayer" but that's not as catchy a title for a TV show.
How can you possibly hate her, /tv/? Explain yourselves
>The film, which began production in August 2015, is set between the films Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope. The plot revolves around a band of resistance fighters uniting to steal the plans to the Death Star, the Galactic Empire's planet-destroying battle station. The theft of the Death Star plans was first referenced in the opening crawl in A New Hope.
Will we finally find out how many Bothans died retrieving the plans?
who is your favourite twin directors?
I consider The Phantom Menace to not only be the worst Star Wars movie, but an awful movie in general. The characters are monotone, the writing is so bad it's good, and the CGI has now dated to the point that it looks they hired a few lads off deviant art.
But I can't stop watching it, almost every line in the movie makes no sense and every viewing is like a quest for more plotholes and contradictions, and it just never ever ends. I've watched it more than any other SW movie and I still notice new little mistakes every time I watch it. It's amazing....
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TFA doesn't even have the decency to be entertainingly bad. Its so mediocre and bland that it only warrants maybe 2 views before you can't watch it without being bored out of your skull.
At least the prequels are dumb fun, TFA is just dumb.